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Seymour Womans Club announces scholarships

The Seymour Woman’s Club announced the 2011 winners of four $500 scholarships for Seymour High School seniors at the club’s Spring Banquet on Monday, May 9, at Jackson Point. The winners are: Gary Christensen, son of Sue and Robert Christensen,…

Ross meets with Joint Finance co-chair

By Rick Cohler, editor In the last state biennial budget, former Governor James Doyle used $236.7 million in federal stimulus funds to plug the gaping hole in state general education aids. That money is gone, and is a significant component…

Vintage Fashion Show – a fun display

Close to 200 people were treated to a step back in time as 40 models, mostly students from Seymour High School, treated the audience to period fashions, music, dancing fun and frolic. Sponsored by the Seymour Community Historical Society, the…

Preparations underway for Relay For Life of Seymour

The Relay for Life of Seymour is only six weeks away, June 24. The theme for this year’s event is “Remember Our Heroes” and everyone is invited to attend. The Relay for Life celebrates individuals who have survived their battle…

Mother, daughter serve, learn in Haiti

Tracy Sippl had thought about going on a mission trip for some time. She and daughter, Kayla, had their chance in April, traveling to Haiti to assist medical personnal with the Friends of Haiti group. Dr. Perry Eldridge occasionally asks…

CFRC welcomes new executive director

Corinn Sevcik is the new executive director of the Community Family Resource Centers, LLC in the Seymour School District and if she has anything to say about it, a lot more people will know a lot more about the CFRC…

A total of 19 teachers to leave district

By: Rick Cohler, editor With the retirements of four teachers, the district’s school nurse and the resignation of another teacher, a total of 19 staff members will leave the Seymour Community School District at year’s end. At its Tuesday, April…

State lays out plans for WIS 54

Using traffic projections to 2035, the Wisconsin Department of Transportation has developed a long-range plan for WIS 54 from French Road to Mainline Drive. DOT planners told a meeting of area officials on Thursday, April 21, that the plan calls…

Council ok’s paving plan, will consider open bids in 2012

The Seymour City Council approved a resolution accepting the 2011 asphalt paving proposal from Outagamie County, but said they will consider an open bid process for the annual paving program at budget time at its Monday, April 25 meeting. Greg…

SCHS students get first-hand look at French life

It’s one thing to sit in a classroom at Seymour Community High School, learn French grammar and practice with each other. It’s something else altogether to spend a week living in a French home and seeing what it’s like in…